Time Magazine Recommends Orienteering for a Healthy Mind and Body

Time Magazine has published a great article about the benefits of orienteering:

Orienteers—who range in age from children to seniors—show up to have adventurous fun, meet new friends in a beautiful setting, and enjoy a variety of mental and physical health benefits. Research suggests orienteering contributes to enhanced fitness (by improving aerobic capacity, flexibility, and speed), lower levels of psychological distress, and better brain health.

It talks about a Canadian study into orienteering’s positive impact on our brains, finding that just 15 minutes of orienteering may lead to gains in cognitive function.

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